Treatment of Opioid Dependence
Who We Are
Promoting Access to Quality Opioid Treatment in Maryland
MATOD is currently composed of:
- 60+ Professional healthcare organizations from across the State
- 56+ Maryland community and hospital based Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs)
- 5+ Local Addiction Authority (LAA), Local Behavioral Health Authority (LBHA), Public Policy and Advocacy agencies
Our mission is to promote high-quality, effective medication assisted treatment for Opioid addiction, so individuals, families, and communities can lead healthy lives in recovery and without stigma.
A Closer Look
Summary of Operations
Include thousands of highly trained and dedicated professionals who work every day to save lives by offering assessments, counseling, medication, education, case management, referrals, and many other essential health care services.
Mission to Serve
MATOD remains focused on our Mission of individuals, families, and communities leading healthy lives in recovery without stigma.
Public and Media
MATOD promotes and provides information to the public, communities, health care providers, government leaders and agencies to improve understanding and reduce stigma
Maryland’s Behavioral Health Administration (BHA), Medicaid’s Office of Health Services and Beacon Health Options are not members, but MATOD shares a strong partnership with each of them on behalf of the consumers under our care.
MATOD promotes and protects state regulations and policies that govern access, availability, quality and reimbursement of OTP services
Maryland’s OTPs provide comprehensive medication assisted treatment for over 30,000 Marylanders with Opioid addiction disorders.